If you go to her myspace page there are also pictures of his dog Lucy on her page.However there is another girl named Dusty that popped up around the same time who a few other fans have met out and about (in Rockford, NC, Chicago, and WI).is kicking off the new year with a two-night stand at his favorite Minnesota venue.Recently named country music’s fifth sexiest man by Country Weekly magazine, he is neither a hat act nor a Nashville kind of guy.
Sally Ann Morris -- Sally Ann Morris, 89, of Bridgeville, passed away on Saturday, Aug. After graduation, she moved to Seattle, Wash., where she lived with her maternal grandparents and worked at The Doctors Hospital for three years. Louis, she became engaged to the love of her life, Walther Morris.
concert, a guitar-blaring noise fest whose regular players, the Blind Shake, were heavily influenced by the headliners and their offshoot band, Vaz.
Local scenester Hannah Kathleen’s buzzing new band Waveless opens. Sat., Turf Club, .) (Northcoast, TC Jammers, Daisy Dillman, Mick Sterling) was broadsided by a Jeep on his way home from his regular Tuesday gig with Jaybee & the Routine.
She is survived by her sister, Kay White (Sonny); brother, Douglas Morgan (Nancy); step-children, David Lynch and Denise Jones (David); granddaughters, Jennifer Brittingham, Andy Jones and Amanda Jones; nieces, Christina Voss and Dianna Kelley; great-nephew, Connor Voss; and her godson, Todd Ruark (Heather). She was a member of the Nanticoke River Yacht Club. Her primary goal in life was to love and support her family. He is survived by his son, Doug Smith of Laurel; son-in-law, Ralph “Buster” Richardson III of Georgetown; sister, Ruth Ann Tingle and her husband Maurice of Whitesville; grandchildren, Sallie Davis, Ralph “Bo” Richardson IV, John Richardson, Stacy Toomey, and Dough Smith Jr.; 10 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are in the care of Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home in Laurel.
The family also lived in Martinsville, Va., Wilmington and Seaford. Over the course of her life, Sally enjoyed her bridge clubs, bowling leagues, playing golf, and boating. Richard proudly served his country in the United States Navy. He was a member of Line United Methodist Church, past commander of the American Legion Post #19, member of the Odd Fellows Lodge in Laurel, past member of the Salisbury Moose Lodge Post #654, and past Laurel Citizen of the Year.
The accident was brutal, leading to several surgeries, and was compounded by a stroke.